DIY Jewelry Storage

Hi there Hometalk Friends! I'm in the middle of my March Madness, 31 Thrifty Makeovers in 31 Days Series on my blog and I thought I would pop over here and share one of my favorites with ya'll! I found these gorgeous aqua dishes at the thrift store and I just had to bring them home with me:
Pretty, huh? I also picked two candlesticks like the one you see below. I chose these three dishes...
To create the perfect place to store the jewelry I use most often!
I was able to unscrew the ends of each candlestick and then used my miter saw to cut two pieces that looked proportionate for this project.
I found that cutting them at the wider parts worked best. I spray painted them and sanded them. Then attached everything together using E6000 glue.
I love that I can easily find the pieces of jewelry I use most often.
This was so simple to make and with all the options in beautiful china out there, the possibilities are endless!
I hope you enjoyed this quick project. If you're interested in all 31, hop on over to my blog and check out my Project Gallery at the link below to see what I've transformed so far, and opt follow long while you're there to see the rest!Have a great day!

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  • Aud S Aud S on Aug 13, 2017
    Did you remove the handle from the cup?

  • Carolyn Carolyn on Aug 17, 2017
    Where do you find the E6000 glue at Lowe's Walmart?

  • Cathy Cathy on Jan 06, 2019

    How do you cut the candlesticks so they are level?

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